Tour Type: Costsaver
Brochure Type: Costsaver Preview Europe and Britain 2022 CSUSAS

Encounter centuries of heritage as you travel to Europe's top historical sites. See Joan of Arc's battlegrounds and the birthplace of Mozart, with visits to the glamorous seaside capitals of Barcelona, Biarritz and the French Riviera.

Sightseeing Highlights
  • Amsterdam Orientation tour and an excursion to Volendam
  • Barcelona See the Ramblas, Paseo de Gracia and Gaudi's Sagrada Familia Cathedral with your Local Specialist
  • Biarritz Visit this seaside resort
  • Bordeaux Orientation of the city
  • Cannes Visit the sophisticated film festival city
  • Dover See the White Cliffs
  • Florence Visit the Renaissance city
  • Heidelberg View the castle
  • Innsbruck View the Golden Roof and the Hofburg Palace
  • Liechtenstein Visit the capital, Vaduz
  • Loire Valley View Chateau d'Amboise
  • Lucerne Visit the Lion Monument
  • Madrid See the Royal Palace, Cibeles Fountain and Retiro Park on a sightseeing tour with a Local Specialist
  • Monaco Visit the Principality
  • Pamplona View the ancient city walls and Plaza del Castillo
  • Paris Sightseeing including views of the Champs Elysees, Arc de Triomphe and the Eiffel Tower
  • Pisa View the Leaning Tower
  • Rhine Valley Cruise the romantic Rhine
  • Rome Visit St. Peter's Basilica, view the Colosseum and see the ancient sites with your Local Specialist
  • Salzburg Visit this charming city of music
  • South of France Drive through Provence
  • Venice Cruise by private boat to St. Mark's Square and visit a traditional glassblowing workshop
  • Vienna See the Opera House, Hofburg, Parliament and Imperial Boulevards with your Local Specialist
Dining Highlights
  • 25 Breakfasts
  • 8 Three-course dinners
First class travel Highlights
  • Audio Headsets provided throughout your holiday to enhance your included sightseeing experiences
  • Luxury air-conditioned coach
  • Cherry-picked hotels, all tried and trusted
  • Variety of Optional Experiences
  • City orientation tours
  • An expert Travel Director and professional Driver
  • All hotel service charges and tips, baggage handling fees and local taxes

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Tour Operator
Trafalgar Tours
Offer valid through 9/30/2021
26 Days
Escorted - Yes
Day 1LondonArrive London (2 Nights): The British capital sets the tone for an enriching encounter with centuries of culture, art, architecture and history that are revealed on this epic journey through Europe. After check-in, you have the rest of the day to explore this multicultural city your way. Delve into the legacy of kings, queens, statesmen and cardinals as you embrace all the pomp and pageantry of London. After pounding the pavements exploring the city your way, you could head to the West End this evening to take in a show, or kick back at the neighbourhood 'local' for a pint or two.
Holiday Inn Kensington Forum
Day 2LondonLondon Free Day: Get swept up in the exhilarating energy of London as you spend a full free day delving into the best of Britain. Let the warmth of a sunny day wash over you as you stroll through Hyde Park, see the Crown Jewels at the Tower of London or shop up a storm on Oxford Street. What better way to kickstart your journey across Europe than delving into the centuries-old history of England at one of its museums?
Day 3ParisLondon - Paris (2 Nights): This morning meet your Travel Director and travel companions. Leave London behind and travel through the Kent countryside to Dover where all that separates you from France is a short ferry ride to Calais. It's just a hop from there to Paris, the 'City of Lights'. Don't hold back and dive right into its history, culture and culinary delights, from the iconic Eiffel Tower to croque-monsieurs, lazing on the banks of the Seine, museums and monuments. This evening, the glittering French capital lights up and you'll see it in all its glory if you choose to join an Optional Experience, including dinner and a scenic drive stopping at all the best photo spots.
Novotel Pont de Sevres
Day 4ParisParis sightseeing and free time: Enjoy a sightseeing tour with your Travel Director. Views will include Champs Elysees, Arc de Triomphe and the Eiffel Tower. Then, discover the city at your leisure. There's time to shop for artwork and savour some local specialties before a real highlight this evening - an optional dinner and cabaret performance.
Day 5BordeauxParis - Bordeaux (1 Night): Journey to the Loire Valley and view the enchanting fairy-tale Chateau d'Amboise where Leonardo da Vinci is said to be buried.?Next up, head to the wine capital of Bordeaux, whose stunning Garonne riverfront and Age of Enlightenment history and architecture have made it one of France's most visited cities.
Ibis Centre Meriadeck
Day 6PamplonaBordeaux - Biarritz - Pamplona (1 Night): The beach is on the agenda today, so get your hat and sunglasses ready for a trip to the glamorous seaside town of Biarritz. From the gentle waves of the Atlantic, to the running of the bulls, your next stop is the Spanish city of Pamplona, the capital of the old Kingdom of Navarre. Join a Local Specialist on an Optional Experience and see the city's ancient city walls and Plaza del Castillo, the heart of the city where markets, tournaments and even bullfighting has taken place. A special treat will see you savour tapas and sangria at Hemingway's favourite watering hole.
Abba Reina de Navarra
Day 7MadridPamplona - Madrid (2 Nights): Your journey continues further into Spain. Arriving in Madrid, you'll encounter a graceful capital that was spruced up several centuries ago thanks to King Charles III. Head onto the streets to watch this football-mad metropolis come to life. You could join your group for an optional walking tour of the old and new city with a chance to indulge in the local tapas at a cafe.
Occidental Este
Day 8MadridMadrid sightseeing and free time: Gear up for a busy?morning?of sightseeing.?Your?Local Specialist will?share?all the secrets behind?some of the city's most iconic sights. Head up?the Gran?Via,?slicing through the heart of Madrid, and see the?Cibeles?Fountain and Paseo de la?Castellana.?Later, admire?the Royal Palace and Retiro Park, originally created as a retreat for the Royal Family. History comes to life when you join an Optional Experience to Toledo. Its hilltop vantage point, ancient city walls and legacy of traditional sword making will leave you in no doubt that was a city worth fighting for.
Day 9BarcelonaMadrid - Barcelona (2 Nights): Journey through the hills of Aragon and Catalonia to the sun-kissed shores of Barcelona. See?street performers, artists and?shoppers line?the lively La?Rambla, admire the fanciful facades of Spanish Art Nouveau architect Antoni?Gaudi and?stroll?through the shadowy lanes of?the?Gothic quarter. Take some time to recharge siesta style or dive into the indelible sights, sounds and flavours of this enchanting Spanish city.
Campanile Sud Cornella
Day 10BarcelonaBarcelona sightseeing and free time: This is your chance to get fully acquainted with Barcelona. Your Local?Specialist?will reveal?some of the city's key?highlights?this afternoon including Gaudi's ornate La Sagrada Familia and the Placa de Catalunya.?Spend the rest of your?day?exploring?on your own. Head to?the Gothic Quarter?or seek out more of the Art Nouveau works of Gaudi. Consider joining an Optional Experience to Montserrat with its hidden monastery,?home to the revered La Moreneta. A special flamenco Optional Experience this evening could see you mesmerised by the intoxicating sights of colourful twirling skirts and the clapping sounds of castanets.
Day 11French RivieraBarcelona - French Riviera (2 Nights): Say adios to the Costa Dourada as you venture across Spain and Provence before arriving in the glamorous French Riviera. Keep your cameras at the ready as you drive along its elegant boulevards and attempt to capture the sophistication that seems to ooze from every corner.
Amarante Cannes
Day 12French RivieraFrench Riviera and free time: Oh la la! A full free day on the French Riviera. There's no shame in spending the day sprawled out on a sun lounger with a cocktail, but if you can pull yourself away from the pool, perhaps you'll want to join your fellow travellers for an optional exploration of Saint-Paul-de-Vence. Life is rather idyllic in this enchanting walled hill town and, like some of its famous residents, you'll want to linger here a little longer, but the sun-kissed promenades of Nice beckon. You never know who you might spot seated in those sleek Ferraris and private yachts that dot the French Riviera.
Day 13FlorenceFrench Riviera - Monaco - Pisa - Florence (1 Night): Continue along the shimmering Mediterranean coast to the Principality of Monaco. Then cross the Italian border and visit the town of Pisa, where you won't need to resist peer pressure to snap a few strategic photos featuring you and its extraordinary Leaning Tower. Admire the Romanesque Square of Miracles in all its striped marble glory. Its structures are said to symbolise the three main stages of human life - the Baptistery (birth), the Cathedral (life) and the Camposanto (death). Then continue to Florence, the birthplace of the Renaissance, where you'll have an evening on your own to explore the treasures left behind by the Medici dynasty and famous artists like da Vinci and Michelangelo.
Conference Florentia
Day 14RomeFlorence - Rome (2 Nights): No expense was spared to exalt the glory of Florence through art and architecture and you'll see first-hand how this city paved its way to a modern age. Maybe visit some of the city's iconic sights, including its Ponte Vecchio, the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, Giotto's Bell Tower and the Baptistery. An Optional Experience could see you explore the Renaissance treasures of Florence, including the Santa Croce church, where celebrated masters Michelangelo, Galileo and Machiavelli are buried. Learn about the quality and workmanship of one of this city's historic industries at a demonstration of Florentine leathercraft. Next head to Rome, the 'Eternal City' where you'll see reminders of an ancient world, a holy empire and the Renaissance around every turn.
Ergife Palace
Day 15RomeRome sightseeing and free time: Take a moment. Standing in St. Peter's Square, you'll be in the midst of the world's holiest Catholic shrines - where Christians have worshipped since the fourth century. This expansive place of pilgrimage and prayer gives way to the lofty vaults of St. Peter's Basilica. Your Local Specialist will reveal the treasures and talents of Bramante, Michelangelo and Bernini who all had a hand in the church's construction. Continue across the Tiber River to Ancient Rome and imagine a time when soldiers and senators created a city that became the centre of the world. Its foundations still stand today as a testament to its former might and you'll have an opportunity to view its iconic ancient sites before spending time on your own exploring or join an Optional Experience through the city's piazze.
Day 16VeniceRome - Venice (2 Nights): We cross the dramatic Apennine Mountains, bound for the charismatic calle of Venice, once a maritime powerhouse and republic whose influences can be seen across the Eastern Mediterranean. The Winged Lion of Venice remains an enduring symbol of the city and one you'll see repeatedly as you explore the city. You'll arrive just in time for an optional Gondola and Grand Canal cruise - grand palazzi, churches and ornate bridges lining your journey. Enjoy dinner at your hotel, then spend the rest of the evening exploring the labyrinthine streets on your own.
Villa Fiorita
Day 17VeniceVenice orientation and free time: The talents of master craftsmen are the star of the show this morning as we visit their glassblowing workshop to see them craft the most exquisite works of art. We take to the waters of the canal next and cruise by private launch to St. Mark's Square, the gateway to the city. Admire the ornate Doge's Palace, the Basilica of St. Mark and the Bridge of Sighs, whose bittersweet views once elicited sighs from prisoners who were unlikely to see their beloved city ever again. There's time on your own for a final exploration of the city or to join an Optional Experience to the vibrant rainbow-coloured facades of Burano Island, which beckon to resident fishermen seeking a safe beacon for their return journey home through the lagoon's thick fog.
Day 18ViennaVenice - Vienna (2 Nights): We leave Italy behind, bound for the Austrian capital where art, architecture and above all music hit all the right notes for an inspiring evening in the former home of the Habsburgs. In a city where music literally surrounds you, famous composers like Mozart and Strauss rose to musical fame. Today, this 'City of Music' can carry more than a tune as you'll come to discover if you join an optional concert of Viennese classical music including some of the most acclaimed works of Strauss and Mozart.
Novum Prinz Eugen
Day 19ViennaVienna sightseeing and free time: A free morning could see you discover why the streets of Vienna are paved with culture or consider an optional guided visit to Schonbrunn Palace, the former summer residence of the Habsburgs, whose lasting legacy can be seen across their dynastic capital. Your Local Specialist will reveal all the sights of this imperial city later today. View the Parliament, the Vienna Opera House, the Hofburg and City Hall before enjoying some time on your own. You'll need no excuse to embrace the locals' love of the good life as you indulge in the city's kafee culture with a heavenly slice of Sachertorte to tame your chocaholic tendencies. This evening, the melodies of a musical Vienna are the order of the day as you join an optional dinner followed by a concert of Strauss and Mozart masterpieces.
Day 20InnsbruckVienna - Salzburg - Innsbruck (1 Night): Continue to Salzburg, whose rich musical heritage is only part of its enduring appeal. Take a stroll through the Mirabell Gardens, where the von Trapp children once sang 'Do-Re-Mi' in 'The Sound of Music'. Then there's time to embark on your own exploration of this historic city. Wander through the Baroque-filled Old Town to the spiritual heart of Salzburg, the Cathedral where Mozart was baptised, then see his nearby birthplace on Getreidegasse, which has been turned into a museum documenting his life. The scenery through the Austrian Alps defies imagination and you'll arrive in Innsbruck in time to explore the city on your own. Admire the fascinating crystal installations and browse for precious gifts and souvenirs at the Swarovski Crystal Worlds Store. Wander through the Old Town and see the Hofburg Palace and the Golden Roof, gilded in the 16th century by Emperor Maximilian to mark his wedding.
Bon Alpina
Day 21LUCERNE REGIONInnsbruck - Liechtenstein - Lucerne Region (2 Nights): Cross the Austrian border to Liechtenstein for a brief stop in its tiny capital, Vaduz. Earn your bragging rights by visiting one of the world's smallest countries before continuing into Switzerland. Head to its heart, the Lucerne Region where you very own 'Grand Tour' of Europe will see you savouring the Swiss countryside should you choose to join an Optional Experience which includes a visit to a rural community for a local meal.
Krone Sarnen
Day 22LucerneLucerne orientation and free time: Embark on an orientation tour of Lucerne with your Travel Director, exploring the Old Town, the ancient wooden Chapel Bridge and Lion Monument. The mournful, mortally wounded lion hewn from rock commemorates the sacrifice made by the Swiss Guards who died defending Louis XVI during the French Revolution. You'll have some time to explore the city your way, perhaps with some retail therapy. You could choose to ascend to the alpine heavens instead, joining an optional scenic cruise across Lake Lucerne, then travelling by railway and cable car up into the mountains for exhilarating mountain views.
Day 23RhinelandLucerne Region - Heidelberg - Rhineland (1 Night): Travelling west through Germany, you'll stop in Heidelberg to view the ruins of Heidelberg Castle, one of the most important Renaissance structures north of the Alps, as well as the Baroque-style Old Town with its bustling market squares and colourful facades. The soul-stirring landscapes of the Rhineland are our next stop and you'll have an opportunity to reminisce over your journey thus far during dinner at your hotel with your travel companions.
NH Weinheim
Day 24AmsterdamRhineland - Rhine Cruise - Amsterdam (2 Nights): Keep your cameras at the ready as you head east into the lush landscapes of Germany. You'd be forgiven for wanting to jump ship and stay forever as you cruise down the Rhine River, passing medieval villages on its shores, steep vineyards and storybook castles. The Rhine Valley has enchanted painters and writers for centuries and you'll see it in all its glory on board your leisurely river cruise. Your journey culminates in the free-thinking Dutch capital of Amsterdam where tonight you could choose to explore the cityscape from its labyrinthine waterways on an optional canal cruise.
Ibis Schiphol
Day 25AmsterdamAmsterdam orientation and excursion to Volendam: Enjoy an orientation of Amsterdam and spend the rest of the day exploring the city on foot, by bike or tram. Sit under the leafy canopy at Leidseplein indulging in Dutch beer and?kroketten, hire a bike and hit the city's tree-lined streets or bask in the warm glow and?gezelligheid?of one of the city's renowned brown cafes. Leave the Dutch capital behind and venture to Volendam where the rich aromas and flavours of Dutch cheese will linger long after your encounter with local tradition.
Day 26AmsterdamDepart Amsterdam: After breakfast say goodbye to Amsterdam, your Travel Director and companions at the end of your memorable European holiday. Find out more about your free airport transfer at

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